Monday, October 02, 2006

DVD Signing

Any fans want to email me stories and/or photos from today's signing, that they want to show on this blog?

Let me know how it went.

12 comments:

Simon said...

I queued for 3 hours - I hadn't intended to, but of course once you've been in the queue for an hour you really can't just walk away. I got up to the front completely exhausted, but Julian, Steven and Michelle were still going strong and managed to be nice and chatty even though I could hardly string a sentence together. Lovely bunch of people.

Anonymous said...

I only queued for about 20 minutes and stood on tiptoe the whole time to see them. we waved and shouted and by the time we got to the front stephen mangan said 'oh so youre the loud ones' (swoon).

it was fantastic and stephen said i had a great smile (more swooning).

fantastic day and julian rhind-tutt really does have very soft hair. fangirly has never had such a good ring to it!

Gizmo said...

Not a signing theing, but... I was watching the abc comedy channel on freeview, and a quick snippet came up, like an ad or teaser: Guy was snoozing in a red, sporty-looking, open-top car being driven by Mac, who grinned when Guy's snoozing made him drop- and whack- his head on the dashboard. Is this anything to do with the 'Not-Really-An-Xmas' Special? Monosyllabic answers are quite acceptable. :-D

poppy said...

new advert for barclaycard - sadly not gw-related.

elven-emma said...

but why oh why is there never a manchester signing?

Helen said...

I agree! yay! someone else from round here.

Jen said...

I think there should be a London and a Glasgow signing.

*sighs*

Andrea said...

And I strongly think, they should all come to the English Riviera and sign for a whole day!!!!!!!!!!

Gizmo said...

Arr, you're right, Poppy. Intresting that the ad seems to play heavily on the fictional GW relationship between the characters of the two actors!

elven-emma said...

maybe there should be a green wing live, that would be worth seeing lol and plus there could be signings in more places than london :P

Anonymous said...

Oh, it was wonderful! My friends and I queued for about 3 hours, but it was all worth it because they were such lovely people, and didn't mind that we held up the entire queue by asking for multiple signings and photographs.

Will there be a signing for the script book at all? I would definitely go along to that too.

Soupy Dan said...

HA! We didn't even have to queue!

We were SECOND in the line, saw all the arrivals and that. I'm still shocked that these people are so nice!!!

Added bonus, we also saw Ian Hislop. He cut in front of us...